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  1. #1
    David & Renee MacDonald
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    Live 365 and 4 channel sound

    I have 4 speakers in my audio set up. When I playback Live 365 it will only
    play out of the 2 main speakers. When I have it in Shoutcast or my own MP3
    collection it plays back through all 4 speakers (in stereo of course).
    Not a big deal as it is in stereo anyway.

  2. #2
    Jim
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    Live 365 and 4 channel sound

    David & Renee MacDonald wrote:
    > I have 4 speakers in my audio set up. When I playback Live 365 it will
    > only play out of the 2 main speakers. When I have it in Shoutcast or my
    > own MP3 collection it plays back through all 4 speakers (in stereo of
    > course).
    > Not a big deal as it is in stereo anyway.


    That's odd. What's the processor that's running the rear speakers?

    J

  3. #3
    David & Renee MacDonald
    Guest

    Live 365 and 4 channel sound

    Not sure what you mean. The speakers are connected to a Yamaha Home theatre
    receiver RX V630. The computer is a P3 500 MHZ with 448 Ram. The Slimserver
    I use is the Squeezebox.
    I am not sure if all the 365 stations have this problem but I tune into a
    few such as Crossroads and only get sound from the two main speakers. Also
    the receiver LCD screen shows that it is in stereo mode and it is not
    possible to change this setting to Dolby 1 or 2 or any of the many surround
    sound settings. I know the sound is coming out stereo anyway , but it sounds
    better coming out of 4 speakers.

    David

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Jim" <jim1128 (AT) comcast (DOT) net>
    To: <discuss (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com>
    Sent: Friday, November 26, 2004 11:50 AM
    Subject: [slim] Live 365 and 4 channel sound


    > David & Renee MacDonald wrote:
    >> I have 4 speakers in my audio set up. When I playback Live 365 it will
    >> only play out of the 2 main speakers. When I have it in Shoutcast or my
    >> own MP3 collection it plays back through all 4 speakers (in stereo of
    >> course).
    >> Not a big deal as it is in stereo anyway.

    >
    > That's odd. What's the processor that's running the rear speakers?
    >
    > J
    >
    >

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